Congratulations to Mallory Theis (Heaven Lab) for being selected as a finalist for the Reaxys PhD Prize 2019 for her publication “Dative Bonding between Closed-Shell Atoms: The BeF– Anion“. The prize, given by Elsevier, recognizes accomplished young chemists for innovative and rigorous research. It is considered the world’s most prestigious award for PhD students in the chemical sciences.
As a finalist, Mallory is invited to this year’s Reaxys PhD Prize Symposium, which will take place in Amsterdam on October 3 and 4. At the symposium, attendees get the opportunity to meet with other finalists as well as members of the Reaxys Advisory Board. In addition, students will have the chance to showcase their research during a poster presentation session.